Microsoft Outlook Express/Windows Mail UNC Path memory corruption

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A vulnerability, which was classified as critical, has been found in Microsoft Outlook Express and Windows Mail (Mail Client Software) (unknown version). This issue affects an unknown part of the component UNC Path Handler. The manipulation as part of a Mail leads to a memory corruption vulnerability. Using CWE to declare the problem leads to CWE-119. Impacted is confidentiality, integrity, and availability.

The bug was discovered 03/23/2007. The weakness was published 06/12/2007 by kingcope as MS07-034 as confirmed bulletin (Technet). The advisory is shared at microsoft.com. The identification of this vulnerability is CVE-2007-1658 since 03/24/2007. The attack may be initiated remotely. No form of authentication is needed for a successful exploitation. Technical details are unknown but a public exploit is available.

It is declared as proof-of-concept. The exploit is available at securityfocus.com. The vulnerability was handled as a non-public zero-day exploit for at least 1 days. During that time the estimated underground price was around $25k-$100k. The vulnerability scanner Nessus provides a plugin with the ID 25487 (MS07-034: Cumulative Security Update for Outlook Express and Windows Mail (929123)), which helps to determine the existence of the flaw in a target environment. It is assigned to the family Windows : Microsoft Bulletins and running in the context local.

Upgrading eliminates this vulnerability. Applying the patch MS07-034 is able to eliminate this problem. The bugfix is ready for download at microsoft.com. The best possible mitigation is suggested to be upgrading to the latest version. A possible mitigation has been published 2 months after the disclosure of the vulnerability. Attack attempts may be identified with Snort ID 11837. In this case the pattern Content-Type|3A| text/html is used for detection. Furthermore it is possible to detect and prevent this kind of attack with TippingPoint and the filter 9007.

The vulnerability is also documented in the databases at SecurityFocus (BID 23103), X-Force (33167), Secunia (SA25639), SecurityTracker (ID 1017816) and Vulnerability Center (SBV-14750). Similar entries are available at 2191, 3127 and 3126.

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VulDB Meta Base Score: 7.3
VulDB Meta Temp Score: 6.4

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Class: Memory corruption
CWE: CWE-119
ATT&CK: Unknown

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Status: Proof-of-Concept
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Nessus ID: 25487
Nessus Name: MS07-034: Cumulative Security Update for Outlook Express and Windows Mail (929123)
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OpenVAS ID: 801716
OpenVAS Name: Microsoft Outlook Express/Windows Mail MHTML URI Handler Information Disclosure Vulnerability (929123)
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Recommended: Upgrade
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Patch: MS07-034

Snort ID: 11837
Snort Message: SMTP MS Windows Mail UNC navigation remote command execution
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Vendor: https://www.microsoft.com/

Advisory: MS07-034
Researcher: kingcope
Status: Confirmed

CVE: CVE-2007-1658 (🔍)
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SecurityFocus: 23103 - Microsoft Windows Vista Windows Mail Local File Execution Vulnerability
Secunia: 25639 - Microsoft Outlook Express and Windows Mail Multiple Vulnerabilities, Highly Critical
X-Force: 33167 - Microsoft Windows Vista Mail Client code execution, Medium Risk
SecurityTracker: 1017816
Vulnerability Center: 14750 - [MS07-034] Microsoft Windows Vista Mail Client Allows Remote Execution of Certain Programs, Medium
OSVDB: 34102 - Microsoft Windows Vista Mail Client Crafted Link Arbitrary Program Execution
Vupen: ADV-2007-2154

scip Labs: https://www.scip.ch/en/?labs.20161013
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Created: 06/18/2007 07:38 PM
Updated: 07/17/2019 10:33 AM
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